It can be a challenge to find a hunting spot where you have some room to roam without other hunters all around you. One solution, of course, is to buy your own recreational property. In a recent story in Bowhunter magazine, author Tony Peterson talks about how he has long believed that it’s never too… more It’s never too soon to buy your own hunting property!
Sometimes, it might seem a bit overwhelming when you look to buy recreational property. The process can seem more complicated than buying a house, as you consider everything from easements to road access to timber values. But take comfort in a simple fact: There’s no such thing as a dumb question. “You don’t have to… more For land buyers, there’s no such thing as a dumb question
For many buyers, getting financing for their recreational property purchase makes a lot of sense. “Some buyers don’t want to tie up too much money in a property right away,” says Scott Garrett, CEO of Freedom Northwest Credit Union, which has provided financing for a number of PotlatchDeltic property buyers in Idaho. “And for many… more Financing Options for Rural Land Purchases
In an indication of how much business is done online these days, brokers in PotlatchDeltic’s Preferred Broker Network are sometimes asked whether it’s important to visit a recreational property before considering an offer. “Along with using maps, photos, videos and other tools, it’s a good idea to see the property for yourself if you can,… more Your Site Visit…visiting in person is important
Every buyer of recreational land for sale has the same goal – find a quality piece of property at a fair price that matches what you’re looking for. But how do you determine what a fair price is? Figuring that out is a key part of the buying decision, but in land sales, this can… more Buying Tips to Determine a Fair Sales Price